Wu Ling San Granules

Wu Ling San Granules

Wu Ling San Granules

SKU EF340
Brand E-Fong Granule Formulas
Unit Size 100 grams (5:1 extract granules)
Properties This classical formula was created for Bladder meridian or Bladder organ dysfunctions, such as neck pain or lower back pain.
Contraindications In cases with Spleen or Kidney qi deficiency, the dosage and duration of use of the formula must be carefully limited.
Chinese Symptomology Fluid retention marked by headache, fever, thirst with vomiting after drinking water; disturbance in urination; edema, diarrhea, fluid-retention syndrome, dizziness, and a feeling of palpitation in the lower abdomen.
Western Symptomology Acute gastroenteritis, cyclic vomiting, pseudo cholera, skin eruptions or hives due to cold, initial stage of acute nephritis, edema of scrotum, and retention of urine belonging to the syndrome of fluid retention.
Actions Strengthens Urinary Bladder function, promotes urination, helps drain and dry dampness, promotes the transforming functions of Qi.
Pattern Fluid retention
Branch Bladder
Chinese name Wu Ling San
English name Hoelen Five Herb Formula
Description

The primary mechanism common to all of the conditions for which this formula is indicated is the severe accumulation of water in the Bladder and the inability of the qi to transform fluids, manifested as urinary difficulty or edema. The basic strategy is to restore to the qi its function of regulating fluid metabolism. This formula may therefore be used in treating other problems than those described above. Because it enhances the transformation and transportation of fluids, it can be utilized when the Small Intestine fails in its task of separating the clear from the turbid. It is also useful in treating damp painful obstruction, which is characterized by a sensation of heaviness in the extremities and urinary difficulty. And where an accumulation of fluids known as pathogenic water (shui xie) invades the Lungs and causes coughing and wheezing, the use of this formula will promote urination and thereby eliminate the water and relieve the coughing and wheezing.* --Bensky: Chinese Herbal Medicine Formulas and Strategies.

Ingredients

Ze Xie (Alisma orientalis) - 31.25%

Zhu Ling (Polyporus umbellatus) - 18.75%

Bai Zhu (Atractylodes macrocephala) - 18.75%

Fu Ling (Poria cocos) - 18.75%

Gui Zhi (Cinnamomum cassia) - 12.50%

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